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Department for Work and Pensions: Secondments

Lord Hanningfield asked Her Majesty's Government:

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The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Lord Hunt of Kings Heath): Complete information on the number of individuals on secondment to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is only readily available at Senior Civil Service (SCS) level. As central records are no longer collated, the number of inward secondees to DWP below SCS level could only be obtained at disproportionate cost. There are currently two people on inward secondment with DWP and its agencies at Senior Civil Service (SCS) level, as follows:
Position HeldOrganisation from
Director of National Employment Panel (SCS)Bigthoughts
SCS Career Management OfficerPenna Public Sector Division

Department of Health: Missing Equipment

Lord Hanningfield asked Her Majesty's Government:

Lord Warner: The Department of Health does not differentiate between stolen, missing or lost equipment. The losses recorded since 2000 are as follows.
Financial YearNo of incidentsTotal Cost
200077£56,832
200177£70,500
200281£66,004
200370£56,917
200444£39,877

Department of Health: Secondments

Lord Hanningfield asked Her Majesty's Government:

Lord Warner: There are 55 people currently on secondment to the Department of Health, as set out in the following table.
 
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PostSeconding Organisation
Senior Project OfficerN Essex Ambulance NHS Trust
Acting Head of Clinical Governance SupportTeamN Bradford PCT
Head of Diabetes Policy and DevelopmentPrescription Pricing Authority
Nurse AdviserHull Royal Infirmary Trust
Programme manager—Physical Activity & Injury PreventionDept for Culture, Media & Sports
NSF Project OfficerInland Revenue
Specialist Housing OfficerDurham and Tees Valley Strategic Health Authority
Medical AdviserUniversity of Sheffield
Regional Associate DirectorNICE
Senior Health Improvement CoordinatorAiredale PCT
Public Health ManagerBradford District Health Development Partnerships
Deputy Director Regional Public Health GroupStockport NHS Foundation Trust
Deputy Director Regional Public Health GroupSouth Sefton PCT
Acting Regional Director of Public HealthCounty Durham & Tees Valley SHA
Deputy Regional Director of Public Health/Consultant in Public HealthClinical Excellence Local Awards
Consultant in Public HealthSouthampton and SW Hants HA
Business ManagerGovt Office of SW
Medical Adviser for Cancer TeamSheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
Capital and Delivery Adviser, Heart and Cancer TeamLewisham PCT
Organisational Development ManagerDWP
EU Presidency Programme ManagerDWP
Nursing OfficerNorth Central London Strategic Health Authority
Senior HR AdviserCSCI
Chief Press Officer NHS EngagementNHS Direct
Head of Project - NHS EngagementLiverpool PCT
Equality & Human RightsModernisation Agency
Policy AdviserThe Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust
Strategy AdviserMENBIP
Health Insight Unit Project LeadCabinet Office
Strategy AdviserBMA
National Clinical Director For DiabetesNorthumbria Healthcare NHS Trust
National Clinical Lead For PathologyLeeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
National Director For Primary CareThe Health Centre
Programme Director - NHS Pay ReformSouthampton University NHS Trust
National Director For CancerKing's College London
National Director For Mental HealthFaculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing
National Director For Heart DiseaseYork Hospitals
Chief Dental OfficerKing's College London
Chief Executive – MHRAUniversity of Leicester
Director Of Financial Systems ReformWest Yorkshire SHA
National Director - Widening Participation In LearningNHSU
National Director - Older People & Neurological ConditionsUniversity Of Sheffield
Director Of Research And DevelopmentNorthwick Park Hospitals NHS Trust
Account Manager - Recovery & Support UnitTaunton And Somerset NHS Trust
Acting Regional Director Of Public HealthCounty Durham & Tees Valley SHA
Programme Director - Organisational ReviewNorth Central London SHA
National Director for ModernisationQueen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust
HR Shared Services - Project Lead - Organisational ReviewNorth West London SHA
Acting Account Manager - Recovery & Support UnitNewcastle Primary Care Trust
Policy AdviserRoyal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust
Project Lead - National Institute For Learning Skills And InnovationDorset And Somerset SHA
Section Head Social Care Performance Policy DevelopmentCommission for Social Care and Inspection
Head of PC Unscheduled Care Out of HoursBroxtowe and Hucknall PCT
Director of GatewaysNorfolk and Norwich Hospitals NHS Trust
Deputy Branch Head of CHD Programme and Nurse AdviserBarts and London NHS Trust

 
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DTI: Meetings with Helen Liddell

Lord Hanningfield asked Her Majesty's Government:

Lord Sainsbury of Turville: I refer the noble Lord to the Answer I gave on 29 June, Official Report, cols. WA25-26. In addition to the meetings held with Ministers, the Chief Scientific Adviser, and the Chief Executive of UKTI, a number of further meetings have been held with officials. It is not the department's policy to reveal the names of anybody below heads of department. All of the meetings concentrated on topics relating to Australia.

Meeting notes were taken for the meetings held with the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry and the Chief Scientific Adviser.

Lord Hanningfield asked Her Majesty's Government:

Lord Sainsbury of Turville: A copy of both notes will be placed in the Libraries of the House.

Elections: Service Personnel

Lord Garden asked Her Majesty's Government:

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Lord Drayson: Two meetings have taken place, on 18 May and 5 July. The following initiatives are in hand:

To produce a combined information leaflet and registration form. The commission will produce 300,000 copies for distribution through MoD channels to all service personnel and service families well in advance of any registration deadlines. The leaflets/forms will be distributed during September to coincide with this year's annual canvass.

The MoD and the commission will also provide press releases and articles for MoD in-house publications and the Internet, information on the commission's website, and broadcasts via the British Forces Broadcasting Service to raise awareness of the need to register and the distribution of the information/registration leaflet. Information will be published on the department's and single-services websites.

The MoD will re-emphasise guidance on voting options for those abroad or likely to be away from a UK address that they should consider whether to appoint a proxy.

We believe that these initiatives will ensure that service personnel are provided with the relevant information to enable them to register to vote and choose the option which suits them best to exercise their vote.


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